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Re: Compression tester

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Hobo,NC

06-13-2019 04:39:51




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Whut Mutt said...

I take it its skipping Those will sometimes bend a valve when it jumps time... If it did jump time the oil pan needs to come off and be cleaned out...
You can cut 6 links of rubber vacuum tubing about 1 1/2" long pull one plug wire at a time at the coil insert the tube in the coil tower and put the spark plug wire end over the tube. You can do one at a time are all 6 use a 12V test light are a ground wire to ground a spark plug wire out to locate the cylinder that's skipping by grounding the vacuum tube. The carbon in the vacuum tube will conduct electricity...

BTW It does not have to be hot to do a compression test....

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Stephen Newell

06-13-2019 06:41:36




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 Re: Compression tester in reply to Hobo,NC, 06-13-2019 04:39:51  
Not sure I can get the oil pan off. When I did the timing chain I tried to remove it and there is something overlapping one end of it where it wouldn't come off.



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